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QR Code Treasure Hunt at IL2011

Do you enjoy a good puzzle? Do you like using the newest technology? Whether you are familiar with QR codes or just starting to investigate them, gain a better understanding and use of these codes by participating in the QR Code Treasure Hunt. The first code will be at the registration desk starting on Monday morning. Scan the code with your mobile device and get started on the hunt! The codes will contain clues and be your map.

If you need a QR code reader, the following are free and found in the market/store for each device:

  • iphone: i-nigma, Barcodes, Qrafter, NeoReader, TapReader
  • Android: I-nigma, Barcode Scanner, QuickMark Barcode Scanner, Google Goggles, NeoReader
  • Blackberry: I-nigma, Qrem
  • Palm: de CODE

For more information on QR Codes at the Internet Librarian conference, attend any or all of the following:

This special activity for Internet Librarian attendees was designed by Kelly Sattler (@ksattler on Twitter), Digital Projects Librarian, Digital Information, Michigan State University Libraries. Kelly has been a librarian for 4 years and has worked in the I.T. realm for over 15 years. She currently is the project manager for Michigan State University Libraries Web Services team.

Internet Librarian 2011 Mobile Program Goes Live

We have pushed out the latest snapshot of the Internet Librarian 2011 program to the conference’s mobile program at

Be sure to bookmark the site in your phone for easy access to the full program, speakers directory, and a complete list of exhibitors with links to their websites.

Internet Librarian Mobile ProgramInternet Librarian 2011 caters to all interests and all levels of knowledge with five simultaneous tracks, including Internet@Schools, plus many workshop and networking opportunities.

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Follow the Bloggers at #CIL11 by RSS

OPML IconIf you would like to follow the excellent blogging efforts put forth by attendees and speakers at this year’s Computers in Libraries conference next week you can do that by downloading an OPML file of their feeds and import it into Google Reader or any other OPML compatible RSS reader.  The file is available for download here at or if you prefer, it is also available zipped at